Approx. 9 miles, 2500ft of climbing, 45-90min ride time.
This basic loop around China Camp is a good introduction to the park, but will only occasionally be the route we take when we visit the park. The easy access from the freeway and plentiful parking make this a great “grab a ride after work” destination. Note: Riding at China Camp requires an annual parking pass or a trail pass.
This loop around China Camp offers single-track that is neither steep nor technical, but it has enough bumpy bits to keep things interesting. It's a great spot to practice your skills and build your confidence when you are new to the sport.
With it’s short duration and limited climbing, this loop is an approachable route for even novice riders. Exploring more of the park’s trails or completing multiple loops can generate a more challenging workout if that is what you are after.
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